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                 Papers Related to Maxen Wledig

Maxen Wledig and the Welsh Legends

Discusses, and seeks to separate the Maxen who supposedly had a child by Elen ferch Eudaf Hen, from the Maxen Wledig who assumed the purple in 383 and was killed in 388

Maxen Wledig and the Welsh Genealogies

A new edit and analysis of ancient pedigrees which mention Maxen or Maxen Wledig

Anwn Dynod ap Maxen Wledig

Discussion of families said to descend from the child of Maxen by a daughter of Eudaf Hen

Constans I and his A.D. 343 Visit to Britain

Suggests the Emperor's visit in England was to father a child, and identifies that child as the Maxen Wledig killed in 388